Set at the very picturesque Bishop Farm, Eliza and Brent’s wedding was picked out of an eco-friendly fairy tale. Wanting to leave a small footprint but also not wanting to degrade the experience with a wedding dress made of recycled protest signs, Brent and Eliza sought an ecological yet practical venue. Luckily, they happened to find a rustic, solar powered oasis, tucked sweetly away in the White Mountains.
The day of the wedding was characteristic of its couple-warm and vibrant. Eliza was a vision of beauty wearing a vintage-inspired, natural waisted, scalloped-lace gown with soft peach, pearlized shoes. Her smile and laughter were infectious and when walking down the isle, Brent looked as if, despite all the planning, he was taken totally and happily by surprise.
After a ceremony full of laughter and sentimental tears, everyone gathered round for a few games of beanbag and horseshoes. Temporary tattoos with “McWoo” written on them were comically passed around to the guests and keeping with Eliza and Brent’s eco-friendly theme, ball jars were given so guests could write their name and drink out of them the entire evening.
All and all, the day went seamlessly thanks to Designer Emily B., Photographers Katie and Max Bittle, and the very talented staff at Bishop Farm. Congratulations to Eliza and Brent and in the wise words of John Lennon, “All you need is love.”
Written by Hannah Cieri